The most festive exhibition in London

So for a few years now, my absolute highlight of the festive period has been The Museum of Architecture’s The Gingerbread City exhibition. It is what it says on the tin — a whole world of gingerbread constructions brought to you by actual architects. The result? Some of the most impressive and innovative biscuit houses you’ll ever see.

This year’s theme was climate, so the area was broken up into different zones — Polar, Continental, Temperate, Dry and Tropical. And trust me, it made for a really interesting experience as it really pushed them to think about what they could achieve with sugar beyond the usual snowy scenes.

Want to visit? Here's the deets

How to get there

The closest stations are Knightsbridge or Sloane Square. You’ll find it at:

5-6 Motcomb Street, Belgravia, London, SW1X 8JU


Adult: £15/£16
Under 12: £10/£11
Under 3: free
Concessions available


Opening times



Till 2nd January